A study of the needs for teaching Instructional media for Hydraulics and Pneumatics Course of Students, Faculty of Industrial Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi

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sirapat juntamongkol
จตุรณ ฉิมพาลี

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          The purposes of this research were 1) to study the needs for teaching Instructional media for Hydraulics and Pneumatics course of students in the Faculty of Industrial Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi and 2) to compare the needs for teaching Instructional media for Hydraulics and Pneumatics course as classified by students’ majors and educational years. The sample was a group of 160 undergraduate students from the first year students to the fourth year students in the Faculty of Industrial Education. They were chosen by stratified random sampling. The research instrument was a questionnaire, based on rating scale. The data were analyzed by using frequency, percentage, mean, standard deviation, independent test, and one-way analysis of variance.


         The research findings are as follows.


1) The students in the Faculty of Industrial Education, Rajamangala University of Technology Suvarnabhumi needed teaching Instructional media for Hydraulics and Pneumatics course, as can be classified into 3 aspects: 1) material media, 2) equipment media, and 3) technical method media, overall, at a high level. The average mean score was (M=4.16) (S.D.=0.84).


 2) Regarding the needs of the students for teaching Instructional media for Hydraulics and Pneumatics course, when comparing among students’ majors, it was found that the average mean score of Industrial Technology major students was higher than Mechanical Engineering major students, and it was significantly different at .05 level. When comparing among educational years, it was revealed that the average mean scores were significantly different at .05 level. The average mean score for the needs of teaching Instructional media for Hydraulics and Pneumatics course of the first year students was higher than those of second year students, third year students, and fourth year students, respectively.

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